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C&I hosts Art of Caring Exhibition 2017

17 July 2017

Thirty five artists including staff, service users and professional artists will showcase their work at an exhibition hosted by C&I, called ‘”The Art of Caring”.

Race Equality in Mental Health

What is the experience of BME staff working within NHS mental health services, including C&I? These are just a couple of the issues that will be addressed by C&I non-executive director Patrick Vernon, OBE, at our next “Mental Health Matters” event.

Loudest Whispers Art Exhibition

The eighth Loudest Whispers art exhibition is now launched at St Pancras Hospital. This exhibition focuses on the themes of this year’s event - Citizenship and the Law – and includes work from 38 professional and self-taught artists. - ​3 February 2017

Seven Simple Steps to Quit Smoking

Join C&I Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr Frank Ryan for the latest of our “Mental Health Matters” series. Dr Ryan will talk about the prevalence and impact of smoking in those with mental health issues, the management of supporting those wanting to quit and also offer his Seven Simple Steps to improving willpower to quit smoking.

The Shapes and Lines of Beauty

Ten artists explore ‘beauty’ in a group show curated by Peter Herbert and The Arts Project. Come along to the opening night and preview of the new exhibition on Friday 4 November, 5.30 to 8.30pm.

Coming of Age 21 years

We are celebrating the 21st Anniversary of Drayton Park Women’s Crisis House and Resource Centre. Come and join us on Friday 9 December.

Ensuring people with mental health live with dignity

A Medicine for Members event to mark World Mental Health Month, Angela Hassiotis, Professor of Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability at UCL’s Division of Psychiatry, will offer her own perspective on supporting people with mental illness.

How mental health services are changing

Angela McNab, chief executive of C&I, will provide her own insight into how society’s perception of mental health and attitudes towards it are changing. Join us at our Medicine for Members event on Thursday 22 September, from 5.30pm.

Annual Members' Meeting 2016

Join us at this year's Annual Members' Meeting on Thursday 6 October from 5.30pm at St Pancras Hospital.

Men and Masculinity course

The Recovery College still has spaces available on the Men and Masculinity course. This course offers men a space to understand what their masculinity means to them.


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